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Highlights & Events

Highlights:

    Remember: IPEC 2017 kicks off Monday morning, October 30th, with the Plenary Session

    INDUSTRY DAY, Monday, October 30th: Can’t make the entire conference? How about signing up for INDUSTRY DAY for just $495.00! We are offering a one-day reduced registration fee for Monday, October 30th only. INDUSTRY DAY features Technical Sessions aimed at addressing the environmental issues faced by E&P companies (i.e. Air Emissions, Produced Water Treatment, Legal & Regulatory Concerns), plus the Plenary Session’s speakers are two leading experts from E&P companies: Lloyd Hetrick (Operations Engineering Advisor, Newfield Exploration) and Rick McCurdy (Manager, Corrosions, Chemical and Water, Chesapeake Energy Corporation). You will also be able to visit with our IPEC Exhibitors and other conference participants during the Networking Events (Continental Breakfast, Lunch, Opening Reception). Sign-up for Industry Day, Monday, October 30th, by clicking this link.

    50-65% NEW Presenters each year

    Exhibitor CASE-STUDY Showcase Sessions

    Be an Exhibitor: IPEC 2017 Exhibitor Agreement Forms; IPEC 2017 Exhibition Floor Plan

    An unparalleled lineup of SPEAKERS and TOPICS; IPEC 2017 Accepted Presentations to-date

    Popular OPEN DISCUSSION Sessions on current issues

    Plenary Session featuring top industry experts from E & P companies as KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

    Concurrent TECHNICAL SESSIONS covering environmental issues in:

    • Produced Water Treatment, Management Strategies and Practices
    • Beneficial Re-Use of Produced Water and Flowback Water
    • Hydraulic Fracturing Issues
    • Groundwater Remediation
    • Remediation of Hydrocarbon Spills
    • Remediation for Brine Spills
    • In Situ Chemical Oxidation
    • NAPL Issues
    • Air Emissions
    • Site Characterization & Forensic Geochemistry
    • Risk Assessment and Risk Management
    • Legal & Regulatory Issues
    • New Technologies in Waste Management and Pollution Prevention
    • Other Environmental Issues Related to Exploration and Production of Petroleum

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